1. Remember what you like about your job: Try to write a list of everything you enjoy about your job or keep a record of the moments that made you happy at work. The important thing is to have this list of positive moments at hand, and when you feel that you need a little motivation, you take it out to remember the good.
2. Find your “why”: When you feel discouraged, remember why you entered your industry and what you are trying to achieve in the long run. With a clearly defined purpose, it will be much easier to find your intrinsic motivation to go ahead with your plans.
3. Accept rejection: Instead of treating rejection as something you are afraid of or might be an unpleasant surprise, create the expectation that a certain number of potential customers will say “no” to you in your day.
4. Structure obstacles and turn them into opportunities: To adjust your mindset to be successful, structure risks as opportunities. Having a positive mind instead of an apprehensive mind will keep you motivated in the long run.
5. Set specific short-term and long-term goals: Set short-term and long-term goals. Short-term goals allow people to see immediate improvements in performance and consequently their motivation to increase.
6. Remember it’s not personal: Taking things personally keeps you tied to someone. If you get hooked on every failed opportunity, you will be overwhelmed with disappointment in no time.
7. Take a walk: If you feel upset or frustrated, remove yourself from the situation. By doing something relaxing, you can focus and focus your mind on what you are supposed to do.